Konstantinos-Ektor Karyotakis

Industrial PhD student, Electrical Engineering

Ektor Karyotakis has been working at Chalmers since 2019. From 2019 to 2021, Ektor worked on an EU Horizon 2020 project regarding high-speed electric motor and how it influences regenerative braking. Since 2021 he has been earning his Ph.D. in systems and control for automotive applications. In particular, his doctorate focuses on making smart driving functions more accurate and safer by utilizing up-to-date tire-road friction information. Thus, enabling autonomous driving.

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